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[audio]Abstraction and Value: The Medieval Origins of Financial Quantification - Nick Srnicek (London School of Economics);Michael O'Rourke (Independent Scholar);Evan Calder Williams (Univ. of California, Santa Cruz)
Featured talk by Nick Srnicek, with two responses from Michael O'Rourke and Evan Calder Williams, at "Speculative Medievalisms: A Laboratory-Atelier," a 1-day symposium held at The Anatomy Theater, King's College London, 14 January 2011 [organized and sponsored by the BABEL Working Group, the Centre for Late Antique and Medieval Studies @ King's College London, and the Petropunk Collective].
Keywords: financial markets; speculation; mathematizations; market volatility; financial metaphysics; Peter John Olivi; The Blank Swan; Nicolas Oresme
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